You may be able to save hundreds, or even thousands, of dollars in interest expense by taking out a home equity loan or refinancing your mortgage to pay off your high interest rate consumer debts such as credit card bills, car payments, etc. And best of all, mortgage and home equity loan interest expense is TAX DEDUCTIBLE! Consumer debt interest expense (auto loans, credit cards, personal loans, etc.) can NOT be deducted on your federal income tax return.
The calculator form below will show you how much money you could save by consolidating your debts into a new, tax-deductible lower interest rate loan.
Enter the debts you plan to pay off (mortgage, auto loans, credit cards, personal loans, etc.) then enter your proposed new loan information. Remember, if you want to keep your current mortgage, do not enter it into the debts to pay off. If you plan to pay off only your consumer debts, use the default loan settings for a home equity loan. If you want to refinance your mortgage AND pay off your consumer debts, click here to check current loan rates, then enter the interest rate, term and "points" (if any) for the new loan you would be getting.
NOTE: This form is intended for ILLUSTRATIVE PURPOSES ONLY! For a more accurate, personalized debt consolidation plan, please call us at (425) 746-1310 or email: email@example.com
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Remember, this form is intended for ILLUSTRATIVE PURPOSES ONLY! For a more accurate, personalized debt consolidation plan, please call us at (425) 746-1310 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org